Courtesy of Keith W. Page

This month’s edition of Lead + Follow — a Q&A section dedicated to further understanding the personal and professional mindsets of area business leaders — features Keith W. Page, founder and CEO of Legacy Gutter Cleaning in Puyallup.

Page spent more than 23 years in the banking industry, as a branch manager, business banker, and mortgage loan officer, leading business franchises of all types in several diverse markets before leaving the field to pursue his lifelong dream of becoming a business owner.

In September 2019, Legacy Gutter Cleaning officially opened for business. Today, the family-owned gutter- and roof-cleaning business serves Pierce County. Page also is involved in his community, supporting several nonprofits and serving as chair for the Gig Harbor Chamber of Commerce. He also speaks on financial literacy and leadership development for students in high school and college.

In his spare time, Page enjoys golfing, vacationing, and exploring other cultures around the world. He also loves to spend time with his wife, Stacy, and his two daughters, Siara and Kiara.


What was your favorite TV show as a kid?

Martin

If you could stick to one age, what would it be, and why?

35. I had life experience and was young enough to take advantage of that experience.

What is your favorite website?

comingsoon.net

What’s your favorite vacation spot?

Puerto Vallarta

What are you afraid of?

Heights

What causes are important to you?

Financial literacy

Music of choice?

R&B

What excites you most about the future?

Achieving personal and professional goals

What is your leadership style?

Coaching

What have you done recently for the first time?

Fishing

What is the first thing you do in the morning?

Drink coffee

What is the most impressive dish you cook?

Steak

What do you collect?

Figurines of comic book characters

What does success look like?

Helping others achieve their goals and dreams

If you could learn a new skill, what would it be?

Computer technology

Where do you get your inspiration?

My wife and my daughters

What advice would you give your younger self?

Listen and trust the advice from people who have the experience.

What book would you recommend to everyone?

The Dream Manager by Matthew Kelly

When self-doubt creeps in,

I tell myself to keep moving forward…Repeatedly,

In 10 years,

I hope to do something that has a great impact on the world.